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Great response to the kids. My son is 6'2" & slim. I'm 5'7" and not. I tell him that I used to be taller and thinner than he but that this is what genetics has in store for him.

Thanks for the link. After over a hundred Grateful Dead concerts and countless Who, Stones, Neil Young, and all the rest through the 70s, I was sure that I wouldn't be hearing anything.

I was shocked to have actually heard the thing.

You made my day!

Your ears are young, you lucky bastard!

They played that on the radio here, and I heard it, much to my daughter's chagrin. There's another tone that they play in shops to keep teenagers away, that only teenagers are supposed to hear. BBC got lots of calls from old geezers like me who were hearing it as well.

I don't think the technology is there yet.

What is it with you people? I couldn't hear a thing! If only BushCo gave his speeches at that frequency, I'd be a happy woman.

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